Main business car producer, Tata Motors, has introduced that Delhi Transport Company (DTC) has signed a definitive settlement with its wholly owned subsidiary, TML CV Mobility Options, to function 1,500 electrical buses in New Delhi.
Asim Kumar Mukhopadhyay, Chairman, TML CV Mobility Options, stated, “It’s really a historic event for us as we signal a definitive settlement for the nation’s largest electrical bus order. Our relationship with DTC, which has been robust for over a decade, builds on the of mutual belief and cooperation and this order will additional strengthen it.’
As a part of the settlement, TML CV Mobility Options will provide, function and preserve 1,500 models of 12-meter low-floor air-conditioned electrical buses for a interval of 12 years.
Shilpa Shinde, CEO, DTC, added, “We’re delighted to have signed an settlement for the most important order of 1,500 electrical buses in Delhi. This is a vital step in the direction of embracing electrical mobility within the capital.”
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